Hatfield Forest

Hatfield Forest

Our work 

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What's on

The Kings Driscolls band playing live at Woodfest in Hatfield Forest

WoodFest 

Join us for WoodFest in September and experience Hatfield Forest as it comes alive with music, crafts and much, much more...

Upcoming events

Forest Father Christmas & Festive Fun

Mon 17 Dec 2018
16:00-17:00
Meet Father Christmas and his helpers in the magical Shell House at Hatfield Forest

Hatfield Forest - Landscape Photography Masterclass with Justin Minns 2019

Sat 06 Apr 2019
05:30-13:30
Join award winning photographer Justin Minns for a day of honing and refining your landscape photography skills in the beautiful Hatfield Forest.

Forest Bake-off

Wed 10 Apr 2019
10:30-12:00
Come and make campfire bread, cook sausages (veggie option available) toast marshmallows, bake apples all around a fire pit.

Make a Mini Bee Hotel

Tue 16 Apr 2019
10:30-12:00
Come and make a mini bee hotel and pot up some red clover seeds (bees love red clover) to take home.

Introduction to Photography 2019

Sun 21 Apr 2019
10:00-15:00
Join us for an introduction to photography in the great outdoors. Learn the basics of camera control and composition as well as picking up some pro-tricks from an award winning photographer, Helen Hooker.

Magical Woodland Elves and Fairies

Tue 28 May 2019
10:30-12:00
Explore the forest looking for hidden fairy doors and make your very own woodland wand.
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Things to see and do

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Wildlife

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History

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Eating and shopping

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Learning

Tree growing in open parkland in May at Hatfield Forest, Essex.

Professional Courses at Hatfield Forest 

Our team manages a variety of veteran trees and the wildlife the habitat supports. Learn what they know by taking part in one of our professional courses.

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Join or give

A protective basket surrounding a freshly cut stump in Elgins Coppice

Coppice appeal 

Our volunteers help care for 240 hectares of ancient coppice woodland. They need your help to get new equipment to continue this important work.